Baskervill offers a mix of services tailored to the needs of their clients and their individual projects. While they often perform multiple disciplines on a single project, they also work collaboratively with design partners to achieve the goals and objectives set forth by their clients. Stay with us and have a look at these amazing interior design projects by Baskervill!
Glass Light Hotel & Gallery, Autograph Collection
Envisioned as a home for the hotel owners’ ever-expanding collection of singularly unique and profoundly exquisite glass art, the design of this distinctive boutique property connects hotel guests both conceptually and physically to the collection. Working closely with the owners, Baskervill focused on creating an activated and highly experiential guest journey from the moment you enter the historic building until you reach your bedroom.
AC Charlotte SouthPark
Influenced by Spanish sculptor and architect Xavier Corbero’s poetic vision for the world, the award-winning design of the AC Hotel Charlotte SouthPark serves to amplify the SouthPark area’s reputation as a high-end fashion enclave. Corbero’s aesthetic – most notably represented in his labyrinth home – inspired the restrained European modernism of the space, taking on the architectural silhouette of a sculptor.
Sheraton Phoenix Downtown
The Sheraton Phoenix Downtown got a complete overhaul. Baskervill worked with Sheraton brand leadership on the guest rooms update which focused on translating the brand’s new design ethos: balancing the timeless with fresh and modern, creating an environment where guests feel at ease no matter where they are. The guest room redesign champions productivity focused on modern conveniences for the business traveler with a welcoming, residentially inspired palette of soft finishes, warm wood tones, and black and metallic accents.
AC Hotel Kingston
Located in the heart of Jamaica’s capital city, the Baskervill‘s hotel project harnesses the spirit of the island nation at its finest. The soul of Jamaica – its colors, textures, and rhythms – is evident in every aspect of the design. The 148,000-square-foot property takes its architectural inspiration from the surrounding Blue Mountains. The distinctive balconies protruding from the façade are reminiscent of the puffy clouds that bisect the range on sunny Jamaican afternoons.
Cumberland House Knoxville, Tapestry Collection
Located immediately north of the University of Tennessee’s Fort Sanders campus, the Cumberland House hotel is a living thread that artfully stitches the present-day bustling community with cherished remnants of the neighborhood’s Victorian heritage. The hotel celebrates the rich manufacturing tradition of Knoxville, honoring history while welcoming the ways the city continues to grow and adapt with time, drawing inspiration from the Knoxville Tannery, Woolen Mills, Button Factory, and other local industrial icons.
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Saranac Waterfront Lodge
Saranac Waterfront Lodge is a new luxury boutique hotel and spa in the idyllic Adirondacks village of Lake Saranac. Using the architectural language of the historic village as a framework, the design of the new build, the 93-key lodge embraces traditional materials in a refined, yet approachable, palette to welcome guests to this high-end property. The resort includes a grand entry lobby with high ceilings, rich wood tones, curated art selections, and elegant lighting.
Annapolis Waterfront Hotel, Autograph Collection
Nuanced nautical influences set the tone for this comprehensive renovation, which included updates to all 150 guest rooms and suites and public spaces, as well as re-imaging of the exterior façade. The guest room design features thoughtful details inspired by elements of a sailboat with warm tones and textures derived from the functional, yet cozy cabins down below.
Hilton Garden Inn DC Downtown
Drawing inspiration from Washington’s iconic Union Station, the goal of the design is to capture the details of the station in an abstract and modern way. The rhythmic arcading and geometric, coffered ceilings will be expressed in the patterning of fabrics and wall finishes.
205 Granby Museum
A sister property to the Glass Light Hotel next door, 205 Granby is an extension of the hotel’s awe-inspiring glass art gallery. While the hotel focuses on the journey of creating class, the museum celebrates the result. Encompassing two floors of the historic building, the first floor is purposefully light and fresh while the second floor is more intimate and reflective. The design is minimal yet purposeful, acting as a canvas for the art throughout the space.
Primary Care Clinic
Providing much-needed primary care to a historically under-served neighborhood in Richmond, the clinic includes 14 patient care rooms, offices, and administrative areas, and a spacious lobby. A second wing provides meeting spaces for volunteers and community gatherings. The client favored a bright, welcoming color palette and inviting furniture to make patients and guests feel right at home.